Revue des blogs – mardi 6 décembre 2016

Interconnections / Claude Crampes and Thomas-Olivier Léautier, TSE debate, 5/12/2016

The French electrical grid is connected to the grids of all neighbouring European Union member states, as well as the United Kingdom’s and Switzerland’s grids. Depending on dates, interconnectors enable us to export our energy surplus or import at a low cost to balance national electricity supply and demand…lire

2016 Energy Books: What’s Good, What’s Not / Catherine Wolfram, Energy Institute at Haas blog, 5/12/2016

This is the third year I’ve done a post on energy books, and this year I’m focusing on books that have been published since last year’s post. The most expensive part of reading a book is not the $29.95 you pay at the register but the opportunity cost of your time. So, in order to help prevent you from wasting this most precious resource, here are some reviews. Please let me know in the comments if there are other books you think should be on the list and whether you agree or disagree with my assessments… lire

Making the links between carbon markets in a post-Paris world / Thomas Kansy, Development in a changing climate, 2/12/2016

Last year in Paris, world leaders came together for the first time to commit to keeping global warming below 2°C. With the Paris Agreement in force and negotiators at COP22 in Marrakesh teasing out the details of implementing the Agreement, countries are developing their action plans (or Nationally Determined Contributions, NDCs) to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions. Part of this is looking at how carbon assets could be traded across borders… lire

Feu vert « sous conditions » pour les réacteurs d’EDF / Sylvestre Huet, Sciences2, 6/12/2016

«Un feu vert clignotant». C’est ainsi que Pierre-Franck Chevet, le président de l’Autorité de sûreté nucléaire (ASN) vient d’annoncer une décision prise ce matin… lire

Climate Change in the Trumpocene Age / Bo Lidegaard, Project syndicate, 2/12/2016

In the year since the Paris climate agreement was concluded, the world’s efforts to limit global warming seemed to gain momentum. How worried should the world be about the prospect that US President-elect Donald Trump and the fossil-fuel lobbyists populating his administration will derail progress?… lire

La pollution de l’air en Afrique, un vrai problème encore mal évalué / Janine Wichmann, Associate Professor, University of Pretoria, the Conversation, 30/11/2016

L’OMS a récemment lancé une campagne nommée BreatheLife. Son objectif était de faire prendre conscience aux populations que la pollution de l’air – désignée ici comme un « tueur invisible » – représentait un risque sanitaire et environnemental majeur… lire

What to expect from Trump on energy policy / David Victor, Planet Policy, 17/11/216

With the unexpected triumph of Donald Trump, what’s in store for U.S. energy policy? He promises to pump more oil and gas, restore the coal industry, and roll back regulations, but those claims are not rooted in any plan for how to achieve them. In my lifetime, no one has ever become president after having said so little about what they would actually do with the reins of power… lire



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Danièle Revel (2016, 6 décembre). Revue des blogs – mardi 6 décembre 2016. Veille énergie climat. Consulté le 20 mai 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/ocfz

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